New London Architecture

Workplace revolution: what’s next for the office?

Talk

Friday 24 September 2021
08:30 - 09:30

This NLA Breakfast Talk presents exemplar new projects that rethink the future of the office.
Before the coronavirus pandemic, the office was where millions of us spent about a third of our time. But in 2020 the workplace changed forever. Now as lockdown measures are being lifted people are starting to gradually return to the office. But the behavioural changes and lessons learned from the 'working from home' experiment are here to stay. Companies like Microsoft, Apple, and Google say that going forward they will be using a hybrid work model, where workers spend time working both from the office and from home. And business leaders don’t seem to think that shift is temporary.
 
What are the implications of the emerging hybrid future for the design, management, and development of offices? How have workplaces and workers continue to adapt in response to COVID-19 and how will they evolve towards a future recovery? This NLA Breakfast Talk presents exemplar new projects that rethink the future of the office.

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Speaker biographies

Sascha Lewin

Chief Executive Officer, W.RE

Oliver Booth

Partner, Gardiner & Theobald LLP

Sho Itoh

Associate Director, Arney Fender Katsalidis

Benjamin O’Connor

Director, New London Architecture

Ziona Strelitz

Director, ZZA Responsive User Environments

Alison Darvill

Associate Director, Bennetts Associates


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